My name is Shelby Hack. I am nearing the end of my Education degree, and I could not be more excited to get out in the field! I am from Kipling Saskatchewan where my parents, brother and Marley (our family pet) live. I have always had a passion for sports and grew up playing fastball and volleyball. In my grade 12 year I moved up to Regina by myself where I graduated at LeBoldus. I went on to play two years of volleyball with the University of Regina. I plan on moving to Moosejaw this summer to live with my boyfriend and our two cats, Ollie and Dude. I will be doing my Internship in Moosejaw and cannot wait for this great experience.
Throughout by journey of becoming and educator, I have become passionate about inclusive education. I believe that all students have the right to learn, and to have the opportunity to learn in a way that best suits them. Teaching is not an easy job, but I can assure you that it is very rewarding.
As for technology, I want to use it a lot in my classroom. We are so advanced now a days, that students themselves also need to learn how to use technology. I want to learn and explore more applications and websites that would be useful to use in the classroom. One app that I discovered during my preinternship was Class Dojo. It is a great way to communicate with parents and they can see where their children are at. Some others that I also really like are Plickers, Kahoot! and PechaFlickr.